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Why Is Ramadhan Special?
Transcript of Why Is Ramadhan Special?
-Forgiveness of Sins
And much more.
It is narrated by Abu Hurairah (R.A.) that the Prophet Sallallahu ‘alaihi wasallam said “When the month of Ramadhan comes, the Gates of Jannah and the gates of Mercy are thrown open and the Gates of Jahannam are shut, and the devils are put behind bars”.
Though all parts of Ramadan are full of blessings and rewards, its last ten days that are special.Iʿtikaaf is an Islamic practice consisting a period of retreat in a mosque for a certain number of days in accordance with the believer's own wish. It is most common during the month of Ramadan, especially the last ten days. Whosoever worships Allah during the last ten days of Ramadhan in the masjid, will be drawn closer to Him.
In the month of Ramadhan, Allah's mercy rains down like heavy rain. He will forgive all your sins even if they can fill up the ocean. There are also a lot of blessings and rewards in this month e.g. you get reward when you give water to a fasting person.
Lailatul Qadr is also believed to be the night when the Qura'an was first revealed.
The month of Ramdhan is when the Battle of Badr took place. The Quraish had 1000 men and the Muslims had 313 poorly equipped soldiers. Before the battle, Nabi (S.A.W.) made a Dua and since it was the month of Ramadhan, his Dua was accepted. The muslims had a victorious battle.